What exactly is the six pack?
Four abdominal muscle groups make up the core, however it’s the rectus abdominus which gives us washboard abs and a defined six pack.
Ab exercises like planks, side planks, crunches, reverse crunches, sit-ups, reverse curl-ups, mountain climbers and Russian twists all tone the abs, develop your six pack and build towards a stronger core.
(*Clinical study by Dr. Porcari 2005 and 2009).
Slendertone’s unique design is the most effective at exercising your rectus abdominis – the muscle responsible for the six pack
If you want to know how to get a six pack, you need to train and tone the rectus abdominis.
Most of the nerves connected to the rectus abdominis muscle, which are activated every time you’re exercising, come from the sides of the body.
Slendertone trains all four core abdominal muscle groups, but it is the patented placement of the gel pads on the sides that make Slendertone ab belts the most effective at toning the rectus abdominus.
Maximize every ab exercise and stomach crunch with Slendertone
To get the better definition, use our toning belts during ab workouts combined with a healthy, low-calorie diet.
Without a personal trainer, it’s easy to execute abs exercises incorrectly by loading excess weight onto the neck or back muscles.